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A Nissan subsidiary would have spent EUR 15.5 million on housing for Carlos Ghosn, president of Renault's Nissan car group, arrested in Japan for suspected mass tax evasion.
According to the Japanese press, transactions would obviously be made for investment purposes. In fact, however, there is no "legitimate commercial reason" for buying these homes in Rio de Janeiro, Beirut, but also in Paris or Amsterdam.
According to Japanese national television, the revenue that Ghosn did not report to the Tax would amount to 38.7 million euros. What has been seen for decades as the automobile industry is up to 10 years in prison and a fine of up to 77 million euros.